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Reducing RVP with the VRT-MAX

A major concern among oil producers today is maintaining their crude oil Reid vapor pressure (RVP) at transportable safe levels. 10 psia RVP or less is a common threshold that midstream and tankers set to protect their equipment and personnel. There are two major safety issues related to high RVP. The first is vapor pressure, [...]

By |February 26th, 2015|Categories: Compliance, Material Standards, Vapor Recovery|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Reducing RVP with the VRT-MAX

Don’t Go Up in Smoke!

When recovering your flash gas with a vapor recovery unit is not a viable option or there is no existing pipeline to sell the gas, you can choose to destroy your hydrocarbons with a vapor combustor safely and economically. Be sure to identify that the combustor you are choosing to control emissions meet the federal, [...]

By |July 2nd, 2014|Categories: Air Quality, Material Standards, Vapor Recovery|0 Comments

Class I Division I vs. Class I Division 2: Explosion Proof

Put simply, it is the difference in a unit being explosion proof and one that is not. What does explosion proof mean To understand what is meant by explosion proof, we must first look at the context of the terms and the organization that defines them. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) wrote the standards [...]

By |March 15th, 2014|Categories: Material Standards|0 Comments